Linguistic Archaeology

An Introduction
  • Published: February 2007
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 574
  • Size: 7x10
  • ISBN: 9781552126684
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Both of Edo Nyland's theses are in contradiction to current opinions of linguists, who tend to suppose polygenesis of language families and language changes caused by natural evolution.

Unbelievable? Edo Nyland gives many convincing proofs in this book:

  • There are hundreds of examples of words, taken from different languages, being decoded by the same method, revealing their hidden meaning.
  • The decoding method is successfully applied to the translation of the forgotten language OGAM, the remains of which are found on standing stones of Ireland, Scotland and North America.
  • Other currently available translations of Linear-B Text on Cretan clay tablets, supposed to be written in ancient Greek, and of the enigmatic book AURAICEPT of the Benedictine monks, supposed to written in Celtic language, have been considerably improved by the same decoding method.

Edo Nyland's, web site, where he presents the contents of this book, has been selected as a featured site in Lightspan's StudyWeb as one of the best educational resources on the Web.

The book can be read easily by interested laymen. Scholars of linguistics, stone-age and medieval history, religion and anthropology might use this book for a critical revision of their current paradigms.

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